I found this on a Chat Board and it is not BS:
For years FMA Digest (FMADigest.com) has brought to us articles that featured, practitioners, styles, and many insights into the FMA. Sadly, due to lack of user contribution, no new issues are forthcoming.
Through the digests, schools, styles, and practitioners were promoted. If you had an event, a seminar perhaps, fmadigest.com will help spread the word.
There was simply so much cool stuff within the digests. So many styles I would have never heard of if it wasn't for the digests.
This can change if FMA practitioners, would just send articles to Punong Guro of Balite Arnis. The email address is firstname.lastname@example.org.
Talk about your school. Where is it, what is it like, what makes it cool. Talk about your style. Its history, tradition, trademark strikes, etc. Pick your favorite FMA weapon and write about it. If you have a training group, then feature that as well. How did your group come to be, what is it called. Perhaps, you have an expertise that you would want to feature. Making weapons, wood crafting perhaps? Simply talking about your FMA experience can be an ample source of articles.